Civil surgeon sends report back to panel
Civil Surgeon Dr Subhash Batta on Tuesday sent Deepak Hospital’s inquiry report back to the senior medical officer (SMO) of Lord Mahavira Civil Hospital, as the report was found to be without any remark or statement.punjab Updated: Nov 05, 2014 14:29 IST
Civil surgeon Dr Subhash Batta on Tuesday sent Deepak Hospital’s inquiry report back to the senior medical officer (SMO) of Lord Mahavira Civil Hospital, as the report was found to be without any remark or statement.
Batta had marked an inquiry for Deepak Hospital in BMW accident that happened on October 25 midnight, in which two people were died. Inquiry was marked after getting the complaints that first aid was not provided to the accident victims by the Deepak Hospital seeking it as the medico legal case.
Dr Subhash Batta said, “I saw the inquiry report on Tuesday morning and found that both the officers SMO Dr RK Karkara and deputy medical commissioner Dr Jasbir Singh had not mentioned their remarks about findings of the inquiry. Thus, I sent the report back to them to submit it with their statement on the findings.”
SMO Dr RK Karkara said, “I received a call from civil surgeon and I will sent back the details he wanted us to compile in the report by Wednesday.”
As per the information, inquiry report has not found Deepak Hospital guilty and has given a clean chit. In the report, it was mentioned that accident victims were not at all brought inside the hospital.
Hospital provided the ambulance to the accident victims and a doctor from Deepak Hospital saw the patients in the ambulance only. On request of an attendant, he referred the patients to the civil hospital. In the report, it was also mentioned that doctor who examined the patients in ambulance found patients brought dead and the doctor who attended the patients in civil hospital also declared them brought dead.